Reviewed By: Andrea Juhan Ph.D. My Review: This is one of my favorite books. In it, Rohr fully unpacks the quote from Carl Jung. “What is a normal goal to a young person becomes a neurotic hindrance in old age.” Richard Rohr is an American author, spiritual writer, and Franciscan friar. Even if Christianity is…
A portrait of one of the early and foremost teachers of Zen Buddhism in the United States, John Daido Loori.
Zen Master John Daido Loori of Zen Mt. Monastery, NY speaks about Zen Photography.
Kathreen Doling Singh, speaks on the value of grace and awakening as key aspects to her spiritual life.
Peter Brook’s International Centre for Theatre Research has traveled extensively, conducting a wide range of theatrical experiments throughout the world.
John Daido Loori on how each religion in the world has vital integrity of its own and on the Buddhist Precepts.
Zen Master, Daido Roshi explains the body position and Zazen as “the most important teaching Zen has to offer.”
In this talk, Roshi Joan Halifax explores shamanism in relation to Buddhism
Influential Director, Peter Brook speaks about “Minimalism” in the Theatre
Peer Brook tell why it’s time to reassess the idea of the empty space for theatre.